There is a package to travel by bus to see Arild Remmereit perform with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra. Here are the details:
Arild Remmereit conducts the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra in concert
Kleinhan’s Music Hall, Sunday November 3, 2013 at 2:30 PM
TCHAIKOVSKY: Piano Concerto No. 1
Yakov Kasman, piano
WAGNER: Prelude, Act III, Tristan & Isolde
WAGNER: Prelude & Liebestod,
Tristan & Isolde
WAGNER: Prelude, Parsifal
PROKOFIEV: Piano Concerto No. 2
Round trip from Rochester departing from The Mall at Greece Ridge Center
11:30 AM Sunday Nov. 3, 2013 $129.00 per person
Includes concert and lunch at Klinehan’s Hall before concert
Make checks out to: Escapes Travel, 36 W. Main Street, Suite 788, Rochester NY 14614-1701
The Hon. Kenneth R. Fisher has scheduled oral argument on Eileen Buholtz’s petition to set aside the January 23rd annual meeting of RPO, Inc. for 9:30 am on March 28, 2013. This will be the first time that Justice Fisher will consider the manner in which RPO, Inc. conducted the January 23rd meeting. The argument is expected to be open to the public. To find out in which courtroom oral argument will be held, ask at the sheriff’s information desk on the first floor of the Hall of Justice (just inside after the metal detector) for Justice Fisher’s special-term courtroom.
Margot Fass has written to the Democrat and Chronicle. She draws upon Remmereit’s talent, as well as her personal beliefs and convictions to make a case that there is still hope for reconciliation.
Here is the video of the RPO Annual Members Meeting held on January 23, 2013.
It’s an hour and a half long. There is some variation in volume when people clap. However, the content is all there.
This is a video panning a “small group” of Arild’s fans and supporters.
If you have trouble viewing the file, please let us know in the comments or at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will need to have Flash enabled to view the file.
For those who may not have caught it, WHEC covered the concert Remmereit conducted on Sunday.
By Stuart Low.
Arild Remmereit … “led the Rochester Chamber Orchestra in a superbly performed program of classical symphonies and short Romantic pieces.”